What We Can Learn About a Hillary Clinton Presidency From the Experience of Women Rabbis
For one, not to underestimate the impact of her just getting there
· July 25, 2016
Rediscovering the First Woman Rabbi
Ordained in 1935, Regina Jonas died at Auschwitz. Now, she’s being honored.
· October 15, 2014
Jewish Clergy’s Newest Challenge: Single Motherhood
A new documentary follows four women on their journey to parenthood
· March 26, 2014
Why a Conservative Female Rabbi Decided To Pull Away From Her Male Friends
It wasn’t a question of modesty, but intimacy: ‘I had to dial back my friendships with men, for the sake of my marriage’
Rachel Miller Solomin
· June 17, 2013
Orthodox Yeshiva Set To Ordain Three Women. Just Don’t Call Them ‘Rabbi.’
The first graduating class at Yeshivat Maharat may not have the title, but they do have jobs at Orthodox synagogues
· June 10, 2013
Getting Grandma’s Blessing
When I got engaged—to another rabbi, and another woman—my grandmother’s approval didn’t come easy
· July 20, 2012
World War XX
Some disheartening news for the fairer sex.
· June 21, 2012
Can I Get an Amen?
The first female rabbi was ordained 40 years ago. Now my Florida synagogue welcomes a woman to its pulpit.
· June 1, 2012